Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Lakehouse Luncheon

Welcome to my lakehouse ladies! 
Peak into the room through the french doors.
This purple and green dining room
 is my favorite room in the house. 
This country table is set with two sets of china, 
and both are from consignment shops.
Similar in style with delicate floral patterns
 on a creamy background. 
Glass fruit dishes fresh from the day's trip
 to the swap shop sit on top.
Linen hemstitched napkins in light green
are paired with the lilac tablecloth. 
It has white embroidery petite fleurs.
 I made it from a fabric drapery remnant. 
I got the salmon pink etched wine glasses
 at an auction 20 years ago.
The tole centerpiece in salmon pink match the glasses.
I filled it with pale pink geraniums.
I never liked my chandelier so I draped 
amethyst crystal drapery trim on it and 
hung teardrop purple crystals from the arms.

The green country hutch is my favorite piece of furniture.
 It is a very nice reproduction, I think.
My purple transferware platters and plates
 on the walls are my favs!
The green linen drapes are unlined so the light filters in softly.
I paired a delicate yellow green and cream dinner plates 
with rustic forged iron flatware.
I found these wonderful rush seat chairs at a yard sale. 
6 chairs and a table for $150 bucks! 

A lovely setting for a country house by the lake.
Please come again!


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22 comments:

Tricia@The Dull and the Dutiful said...

Sigh! SO gorgeous! I love your dining room, and your table sets it off beautifully. I'm sending a link to my sister, whose china features violets. She will REALLY love it!

Bill said...

Beautiful, Amy! I love the open, airy feel of your dining room, and your china's beautiful. My heart skipped a beat or two when I saw your stemware. You probably already know this, but the pattern is "Flanders" by Tiffin, made from 1927-35. I had a pair of the tall water glasses like yours and broke one (not actually using it -- while cleaning up after doing a tablescape post last July!). I so enjoyed seeing yours, and they're perfect with everything you've shown us today!

Thank you for your kind comment. Most of the window treatments in the house were done for the previous owners by a decorator in Bolivar, Tennessee. If they're dated, I don't care. I like everything he did. I'm sure he'd be flattered if you did something similar!

Warm regards,
Bill

CountryBelle said...

I love the colours in your room! And the centerpiece! Lovely!

Donna (Timeless Settings) said...

I love your purples and greens! Your hutch is gorgeous!

Donna

Debbie said...

So pretty! Those dishes are all lovely. I love what you did with your lamp...the beads and ribbon really dressed it up. Such an inviting setting.
Debbie@houseatthelake

Teri said...

WOW! I love everything in this room!

Atelier de Charo said...

So beautiful room, your setting is spectacular, love the cute centerpiece with the pink geraniums!

Hugs
Charo

GrannySue said...

The table is fantastic and the room is out of this world. What a lovely and pieceful setting. I like the christals on the light fixture -- really makes the room sparkle.

Kathryn @ Bonafide Southern said...

Such a beautiful table! I especially love those pink etched glasses. I also must say how much I love that dining room. I never would have thought of using purple and green in a dining room, but it truly looks amazing. Thanks for sharing and happy TT to you!

Johanna said...

I love the cremy color of this china with the soft pastel decor. That and the center peice makes the table very springy, yes somehow airy. Like a fresh breeze on a warm day.
Greetings, Johanna

KATHY said...

What a gorgeous room! I love all the beautiful colors, and your open china cabinet is oh so pretty. I love your tablescape...Kathy

once in a blue moon... said...

your d/r colors are wonderful~

Martha said...

A very pretty table and what a pretty room. I love the hutch as well!

Barbara said...

What a pretty, pretty room! I love the color and especially that hutch with all the pretty dishes in it.

Mimi said...

Your guests are very fortunate to be invited into your beautiful dining room for a luncheon...I ♥♥♥ all the green with the purple. The plates are very pretty paired with the pink stemware.

Gail @ Faithfulness Farm said...

Oh, so pretty! The 2 sets of china really compliment each other and I love your little berry bowls :)

Blessings!
Gail

Jeannine said...

Absolutely lovely! The lavender walls and green furniture are perfect! And all the lovely pink glasses! I want to shop with you. Than you for sharing such a great table.

Paige Thomas King said...

very refreshing! i think i've got to have a country hutch like yours--it's wonderful.
paige

Phyllis AROUND THE HOUSE said...

Love love the hutch and the wonderful depression glasses, just so beautiful, thanks for sharing the wonderful table, I am a new follower of yours and will enjoy visiting you again soon

spindlecottage/nannykim said...

I just became a follower of your blog. Love this room. My hubby has forbidden purple and it is growing on me. This room is lively!! I like what you have done with the chandelier too. I also love the lavender with the green. (Actually we have some lavender tiles in one of our old bathrooms--ha!

Cathy~Mille Fleur said...

This room is beautiful...your table just gorgeous! The pink and green is so lovely...one of my favorite color combos! I adore the cachepot in the center of your table...I think it would look good in my house too;)!

I stopped by yesterday and had to leave before I could comment! I love your blog!

Enjoy!
Cathy

paperbutterfly said...

I love your blog and the ever flowing ideas you share with us. Your diningroom is perfect. Love the colour combinations.
The posting for the conservation was brillant.
Glad you took a second look and joined our gathering of fine ladies.
You are welcome for tea anytime.
Have a blessed week. Pam

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